Senate approves a tax bill and several Obama nominees, but can't finish a terrorism insurance measure.
The Capitol will lose some of its most memorable characters, from the longest-serving representative in history to a conservative firebrand who used her brief service to become a household name.
Some Republican ‘supply siders’ want more dynamic scoring of budget changes.
The cell-phone company billed customers for services they never asked for, according to an investigation by federal regulators.
The president's ability to fulfill his campaign pledge could depend on which side wins an intra-party debate.
Democrats blocked their own chairman’s last ditch effort, aides say.
Cruz and Coburn have both blocked bills and slowed adjournment. So why does one have so many enemies and the other so few?
The divisions that were on full display during the debate over a $1 trillion spending bill may become the norm in 2015.
Action means most agencies will get full fiscal year funding.
Members approve a short-term continuing resolution to avert a shutdown.
Lawmakers will wrap up the 113th Congress in a matter of days.